The company thing ended up being very cool. 7 hours trapped in a black-box studio theatre is a bit nerve-wracking, but it was great. We improv'ed for probably about 4-5 of those hours and things turned out pretty well. We didn't get anything great, but we have a few nice set ups and some intriguing characters. By the end though, things were deteriorating at an intense rate and most of the scenes lacked any organization, or more importantly, conflict.
Then I went to crew and did some hard work. Well, not hard, per se...but I was basically working alone and hauling escape stairs and drilling and such all by my lonesome. Peachy.
And I was so tired from the field trip. So much energy goes into that much improv.
And now I'm home. Mama and Daddy went to dinner with Aunt Kate and a lot of her family that has come in for the funeral. Happy.
And I'm home alone. I'll probably read Goblet of Fire if I don't collapse from exhaustion in the meantime.
God, this song is so good, it's hard to pick one line for the subject.
Sometimes is never quite enough
If you're flawless, then you'll win my love
Don't forget to win first place
Don't forget to keep that smile on your face
And in current events:
Oh, and I heard that we are under a Code Orange for terrorist attacks. On the scale, this is pretty damn serious, and the president seems to think that an attack will be short-coming and highly likely. Probably biological warfare this time. Yeah...I'm a little freaked out. :-/